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Over the Rainbow Crossing


There is a huge symbolism in Crossings, which can be creatively harnessed by LGBTQI activists. For the 2016 General Assembly, the UN Free and Equal campaign and the US government collaborated to get this amazing Rainbow Crossing done in front of the UN building. There was a huge symbolism in the fact that UN delegates from all countries, including all the …

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Using simple sign language to improve your public event


Many years ago a peculiar form of sign language emerged in the meetings of Quakers in Europe and North America. These simple hand signals were used to ensure that people could share their thoughts and feelings, without interrupting speakers. They quickly spread through the British environmentalist movement as a way of improving meetings efficiency. In more recent times they were …

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How to build a safer spaces policy


Whether it’s at a protest, public event, or at an established community space, it’s always important to ensure that every one, regardless of background, is free to engage with your community. When it comes to the LGBTQ community safe spaces are incredibly important, especially for young people and minorities that may face widespread discrimination within mainstream society. Safer spaces policies are …

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Dance your Protest


Music and dance have always been important elements of the International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia. Individuals and groups have used dance in various creative ways throughout the day’s history to raise awareness and protest, or simply to provide a unique creative outlet! In celebration of International Dance Day we’ve gathered seven great tips to help you incorporate dance …

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